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Hospital aims to raise $50M to aid kids with cancer

December 4, 2012

Phoenix Children's Hospital on Tuesday said it will launch a new effort to use the tools of genomic medicine to aid children with difficult-to-treat cancers. The hospital so far has raised about $12 million for the newly-created Ronald A. Matricaria Institute of Molecular Medicine. It wants to raise $50 million in philanthropy, grants and hospital funding and expects to begin treating children within one year.

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